Grandview Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Grandview Heights Police Department
  • Address: 1016 Grandview Avenue, Columbus, 43212 OH
  • Chief: Rollin Kiser (Chief of Police)
Phone: (614)488-7901
Fax: (614)481-6200

Grandview Heights Police Department is located at 1016 Grandview Avenue, Columbus, 43212 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Rollin Kiser. The Grandview Heights Police Department phone number is (614)488-7901.

Grandview Heights Police Department News

Tonight's adults-only CanYouSeeMeNow event at the Grandview Heights High School is a great opportunity to learn more about young people and substance abuse. Attendees will be able to explore a simulated teen bedroom to learn how to identify warning signs of risky behavior. Learn more:

The 3-week full closure of Third Ave related to the CSX railroad bridge widening is scheduled to begin on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 9 a.m. Read more:

If you missed our kick-off meeting for Growing on Tradition, our community planning process, you can view the agenda, presentation, and video of the meeting here:

A robbery was reported at Anthony Thomas, 1941 W. 5th Ave, on January 29, 2018. Here's an update on that case:

Here's an update to a search warrant executed at a home on Willard Avenue on March 1, 2018.

Thanks to everyone who joined us last week for our kick-off meeting for Growing on Tradition, our community planning process.

The 2018 Grandview Heights Summer Community Guide is now live. Summer registration begins May 1 for residents and May 8 for non-residents.

Growing on Tradition Community Kick Off

Save the date for this adults only event about substance abuse on April 19 at the Grandview Heights High School auditorium from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Show us how you play at Grandview Heights Parks. Take your best park selfie! #Parkies #EarthMonth #MeetMeAtThePark

A message from Superintendent Andy Culp: "Dear Community, Staff, and Students, We hope you had a safe and enjoyable Spring Break. As we head into the final months of school, we would like to provide you with a quick update on the school Facility Planning Process and the work of the community-led Financial Advisory Committee (FAC). The FAC met again on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, to continue their research and analysis of the facilities plan. Right now, they are in the process of making their initial recommendations, which will be presented to residents for additional feedback soon. We want to thank the FAC members for all of their hard work. It is clear that they have the community’s best interest at heart. They are committed to making a recommendation that will provide updated learning spaces for our students at the most reasonable cost to taxpayers. The FAC continues to evaluate creative funding options and to meet with local businesses in an effort to bring about the best value possible for our residents. We think the significance of these efforts is worth delaying our planned community meeting. It is important to the members of the FAC that when they present to the community, they have exhausted all funding options to help ensure the most affordable plan possible for our community and residents. Once they have completed their work, a community meeting will be scheduled, as well as an online survey and a phone survey. In the meantime, you can “Join the Conversation” in many ways. Please join us for our monthly Coffee & Conversation with Superintendent Andy Culp gatherings that take place on the third Friday of each month from 8:15 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. It is an open conversation format and an opportunity to discuss a variety of subjects. For a complete schedule, visit We also have scheduled building tours during April and May. A behind-the-scenes building tour is a great way to see and learn first-hand about the conditions, challenges, and limitations of our school buildings. Email Director of Facilities Brett Bradley at to reserve your place on the following tours. Tours are offered at 2 p.m. and meet in the building office on the following days: Grandview Heights High School Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Tuesday, May 1, 2018 Edison Intermediate/Larson Middle School Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Stevenson Elementary Tuesday, April 24, 2018 Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Also, please consider hosting a coffee for your neighbors and friends so that we can continue to inform and answer questions about the Facility Planning Process. It’s a great way to gather in an informal setting and have meaningful conversation. Please contact Hayley Head at to schedule a coffee. We have also received a lot of great questions from residents about the process. To view the comprehensive “FAQ,” please visit: As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with additional questions at . Sincerely, Andy Culp, Superintendent and Beth Collier, Treasurer/CFO"

To stay up to date with the latest news on the Grandview Heights: Growing on Tradition community planning process, please sign up for text or email updates here.

Hummingbirds Soccer is canceled today due to a wet field and wind. We will start next Wednesday and our make-up class will be May 16. Find more program info here:

Congratulations to Hudson Jump for being honored with a resolution of recognition at tonight’s City Council meeting for his impressive Division III state wrestling title!

Thank you to all the volunteers and sponsors for making the 2018 Grandview Heights Easter Egg Hunt a success! And special thanks to our primary sponsor, Pathways Financial Credit Union.

Congratulations to the winners of the #ImARollModel contest! Emily Moyer Guse Lance Osborne Stop by Parks & Rec at 1515 Goodale Blvd any time Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m.-5 p.m. to pick up your gift card. Thank you to all who entered!

Thank you to everyone who entered our #ImaRollModel contest by posting a public picture on social media in helmets! We’ll be announcing the gift card winners today at noon. Stay tuned!

The Grandview Heights Easter Egg Hunt tomorrow is rain or shine--but as of now, the weather looks great. The hunt starts at 10 a.m. sharp!

Here's the latest on the Grandview Crossing project, part of which is in Grandview Heights.